Green Mountain Coffee Roasters, Windsor, Isle of Wight, VA

MSA supported the Project Architect for the design and construction of a new 330,000-SF coffee production facility on a 64-acre parcel of land in Isle of Wight County’s Shirley T. Holland Intermodal Park. Operations at the facility include roasting, grinding, flavoring, and packaging of coffee beans for Green Mountain’s single-serve portion packs for its Keurig® Single-Cup Brewing System.

 

To build the new facility in Windsor, Keurig Green Mountain, Inc. secured incentive deals from Isle of Wight County and the Commonwealth of Virginia – Governor’s Opportunity Fund, respectively, worth $7.9 million and $4 million.

 

Architectural services incorporated layout of the aforementioned 314,100 SF production & support areas, as well as space planning of 34,900 SF of office, break room and lockers for 670 employees. Future expansion to the North will incorporate roughly an additional 300,000 SF of production space and another 130 employees.

 

MSA was initially hired to provide due diligence services for analyzing existing site conditions, to include land surveying, environmental sciences, land planning, and civil engineering. MSA then continued to support the Project Architect by providing the design and construction services described below.

 

Civil engineering services included completion of a drainage study; demolition plan; erosion and sediment control plan; dimensional site layout plan; grading, drainage and utility plan; stormwater management plan; pavement design; Stormwater Pollution Prevention Plan (SWPPP); and construction administration. Civil design necessitated parking for 800 employees and visitors, truck stacking, allowance for package delivery and maintenance vehicles, along with planning for future growth of the operation.

 

Land surveying services have included topographic, ALTA, construction layout, and post-construction as-built surveying, as well as preparation of a resubdivision plat.

 

Environmental services included completion of jurisdictional wetland delineation, a Joint Permit Application (JPA), and a Phase I Environmental Site Assessment (ESA). Required coordination for permitting with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers was provided.

 

Landscape architecture and planning services have included development of layout plans for proposed plantings.

 

The client decided to complete construction in several phases. MSA provided construction administration services.

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